A new hypercar by Pagani
Pagani Automobili presented its latest ‘creation’, Utopia, in the setting that best suits a work resulting from multiple made-in-Italy talents: the Museum of Science and Technology in Milan. The new Pagani Hypercar is, in fact, on display in the Museum’s Upper Room, surrounded by Leonardo da Vinci’s original drawings, which left the vault for the occasion.
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The exhibition allows visitors to follow the genesis of the Pagani Utopia project through a series of dedicated panels. From the sources of inspiration to the first drawings of the car, from the color choices to the materials used, summarized in a three-dimensional mood board, the creative journey culminates in the Cenacolo Room, where the new Pagani Hypercar can be seen up close. On the outside, a body with soft and elegant shapes made with the most advanced composite materials; inside, the powerful heart of the Pagani V12 engine. Six original Leonardo drawings selected by Pietro Marani, one of Leonardo da Vinci’s leading experts, surround the car.
The Pagani Utopia took six years to achieve the standard of perfection typical of Pagani Automobili’s cars. The body is inspired by iconic objects from the 1950s, and features composite components optimized to reduce material use by 20 percent. Like all Pagani hypercars, the Utopia is a concentration of the best engineering, technology and design, made in Italy and beyond. From the aerodynamic bodywork to the Pagani V12 60° 5980 cc twin-turbo engine, custom-developed exclusively for Pagani by Mercedes-AMG; from the Pagani by Xtrac gearbox to the self-ventilated carbo-ceramic disc brakes developed with Brembo. The cockpit cell is composed of a unibody made of the latest generation of composite materials such as CarboTitanium HP62 G2 and Carbo-Triax HP62, complete with a metal roll bar that is perfectly integrated and concealed by the outer roof shell. Finally, the interior recalls technical and aesthetic solutions of the 1950s and 1960s, both from the world of leather goods and watchmaking, with attention to detail. Pagani.com
The Pagani Utopia is on display at the Museum of Science and Technology in Milan until September 25, 2022. Museoscienza.org